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Fine Arts Series at The College at Brockport

The Fine Arts Series provides a cultural benefit for The College at Brockport students, their families, the college community, and the residents of Brockport and the Rochester region. With its diverse tapestry of dance, music, theatre, and visual arts, the Series presents events that are both entertaining and challenging-utilizing student and professional artists-at an affordable price.

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until March 6, 2020

Co-curated by Tim Massey and Mitchell Christensen

Colleagues from across the SUNY system will exhibit their recent work—graphic or otherwise—for this survey of contemporary design. From utilitarian


February 7, 2020

David Ying is a Grammy Award-winning cellist who has appeared all over the world, including Carnegie Hall and the White House. Elinor Freer is a world-renowned pianist who is on the faculty at the


until March 7, 2020

“an evening of antic laughter…” – The New York Times

You don’t need much more than three sisters, a kitchen, and some outlandish actions (such
as making a pitcher of lemonade immediately after shooting


March 27, 2020

To celebrate the arts, students, faculty, and alumni from the School of Arts and Sciences will come together for a festival-styled evening of performances, readings, art installations, food and fun.


April 2, 2020 - April 4, 2020

Inspired by everything from world events to their own lives, our student choreographers mesh their choreographic vocabulary with their personal style. In the Strasser studio, the audience surrounds


until April 25, 2020

“Can you spell irresistible?... entirely adorable” – The New York Times

In The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, six awkward spelling champions learn that winning (and losing) isn't everything. A


until May 3, 2020

Simply put, Sankofa is a phenomenon. Artistic director Jenise Akilah Anthony blends infectious Afro-Caribbean rhythms and vitality that flow from dancer to drummer to audience member, making this a